Friendly in a sentence

Definition of Friendly

Generally warm, approachable and easy to relate with in character. | Inviting, characteristic of friendliness. | Having an easy or accepting relationship with something.

Short Example Sentence for Friendly

  • 1. He ignored that friendly hand.
  • 2. To get friendly with your kind.
  • 3. Got picked up by some friendly black fellows.
  • 4. It was just a friendly offhand note, on a card.
  • 5. A voice requested him in friendly accents to lie still.
  • 6. In a perfectly friendly spirit, of course....
  • 7. And I have always felt friendly toward Satan.
  • 8. The visitor is glad to see the friendly word after a long trip.
  • 9. The determination to be friendly made my brother offer to take her to us.
  • 10. It was a friendly eye, provided they were not silly or troublesome.
  • 11. The child's face brightened at this friendly encouragement.
  • 12. She longed to be able to speak one word to some friendly creature.
  • 13. He was no longer alone in the wilderness; friendly help was near.
  • 14. Better a tree, with its roots in friendly soil, as he had once said.
  • 15. To be friendly with the Osbornes would bring suspicion on me.
  • 16. Or take a cigar," said one, in a friendly aside.
  • 17. Forster, Dr, on the fox-bats of the Friendly Islands, 42, 43.
  • 18. Her friendly action brought the color to Patricia's cheeks and her eyes shone.

How to use Friendly in a Sentence?

  • 1. Even a friendly intercourse between you two would have brought suspicion on me.
  • 2. We can discuss in a friendly manner what is to be done and settled as to the future.
  • 3. For a few pence a friendly neighbour looked in and attended to him during the day.
  • 4. Patricia did smile, not so much at the slang as at the friendly spirit which prompted it.
  • 5. They were all on the most friendly terms imaginable, yet each tacitly recognized the distinction.
  • 6. Joan, under these friendly glances, was conscious of blossoming into real prettinees.
  • 7. I thanked my friendly adviser with tears, and promised to return to strict moderation.
  • 8. Every friendly addition to the British ranks was of value now that war had begun.
  • 9. The thought of never again seeing the vulgar, cheery, friendly soul was unexpectedly distressing.
  • 10. I appreciate the friendly spirit in which you make the offer, and I am very grateful for it.
  • 11. By the time that dinner was served they were all in the most friendly humor possible and ready to enjoy the least excuse for laughter.
  • 12. I have been hitherto unable to answer your friendly letter, having been much occupied and still far from well.
  • 13. Between myself and his young wife, an amiable and accomplished lady, an almost friendly relation soon sprang up.
  • 14. These things had vanished years ago; yet beneath the noisy commercial city the friendly village remained.
  • 15. Eben, who was a friendly young man, looked at her pityingly as he put the' fish into her basket.
  • 16. The photographers soon arrived, but they were courteous and friendly and gave us no trouble, and we gave them none.
  • 17. However, they had gone to another resort of theirs, where there was a young hunter who often visited them, and was on friendly terms.
  • 18. She had said good-night without any friendly grip of the fingers, looking at him very straight, as if to fathom his deceit.
  • 19. To be in and not of this friendly assemblage filled Joan with that most miserable of all sensations, crowd-loneliness.
  • 20. She seemed unaware of friendly advances or invidious criticism: wrapped in a curious aloofness, from danger and from her fellowman alike.
  • 21. George Dolby was something of a contrast to him, but the two were very friendly and sociable together, nevertheless.
  • 22. Not until the summer of 1914 had it seemed feasible for British and German warships to mingle in friendly contact.